2016 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 2b - Court Organization And Civil Code
Section 2B:6-6 - Statewide County Corrections Information System.

NJ Rev Stat § 2B:6-6 (2016) What's This?

2B:6-6 Statewide County Corrections Information System.
1. a. The Statewide County Corrections Information System (CCIS) funded in accordance with section 2 of P.L.2004,c.108 (C.2B:6-7), shall serve as the Statewide automated information system for the entry, retrieval and exchange of data related to the management of county jail populations. The counties shall be afforded access to and use the Statewide CCIS and shall not be required to bear any portion of the cost of administration, operation, development or maintenance of the Statewide system. Nothing in this subsection shall prevent a county, at its own expense, from maintaining or obtaining and using an autonomous automated information system for the management of its jail population and related inventories, provided that any such autonomous system is interconnected with the Statewide CCIS in accordance with the requirements of subsection b. of this section.

b.A county that elects to maintain or use an autonomous automated information system for the management of its jail population and related inventories shall take all necessary and appropriate steps to ensure that such system is compatible with all Statewide CCIS technical interconnection requirements, standardized data definitions and functionality necessary to perform the following tasks: fully automated county jail operations; provide the on-line capacity to update the standardized Statewide database; and enable Statewide on-line inquiry and exchange of automated data. A county that elects to maintain and operate an autonomous automated information system shall be responsible for all costs of the interconnection between its system and the Statewide CCIS.

c.Nothing in this section shall preclude, in an emergency situation, the immediate termination, without notice, of any interconnection with an autonomous automated information system if the continued operation of such system at any time threatens or has compromised the security or data integrity of the Statewide CCIS, any of its components or any of the public and quasi-public agencies that exchange automated information with the Statewide CCIS, pursuant to subsection b. of this section. Any county whose interconnection is so terminated shall immediately be provided with written reasons for the termination, which shall continue until the threats to security and data integrity have been removed.

L.2004,c.108,s.1.


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